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The FF-300D is an autofocus point-and-shoot camera for 35mm film, introduced by Japanese manufacturer Ricoh in 1986. It is also known as the FF-90 Super or the FF-700. In Japan, this camera was widely marketed with the name of Myport 300D. This camera has mostly the same features as the preceding FF-70 except for the battery it uses.
- Release Date: December 1986
- Lens: Ricoh Lens 35mm f/2.8, 5 elements in 5 groups
- Focusing: Single-point active autofocusing system
- Focusing Range: 0.8m ~ infinity
- Shutter: programmed, 2 ~ 1/500 sec.
- Viewfinder: Albada-type, with bright-frame, 0.44X, field of view 84%
- Film Speed Range: ISO 25 ~ 1600 (in 1/3 steps), DX-code system or Manual
- Built-in Flash: G.N. 12 (ISO 100, m), flashmatic system
- Interval between Flashes: 2~3 sec.
- Other Features: LCD information display, Focus zone marks in viewfinder, +2EV exposure compensation button, Automatic backlight compensation, Self-timer, Electrical remote control socket
- Power Source: 6V Lithium battery (BR-P2)
- Dimensions: 139 mm X 70 mm X 46 mm
- Weight: 300 g (without battery)